Synonyms of full in English:

full


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See Spanish definition of lleno

adjective

1‘her glass was full’

SYNONYMS
filled, filled up, filled to capacity, filled to the brim, brimming, brimful
overflowing, running over
British topped up
ANTONYMS

empty

2‘the bus was quite full’

SYNONYMS
crowded, packed, crammed, cramped, congested, crushed, solid, solid with people, full of people, full to capacity, full to bursting, overfull, teeming, swarming, overcrowded, thronged
North American mobbed
informal jam-packed, wall-to-wall, stuffed, chock-a-block, chock-full, bursting at the seams, bulging at the seams, packed to the gunwales
British informal like Piccadilly Circus, heaving
ANTONYMS

empty

3‘all the seats were full’

SYNONYMS
occupied, taken, in use, engaged, unavailable
ANTONYMS

empty

4‘the shelves are full’

SYNONYMS
well stocked, well supplied, filled, loaded, packed, burdened, stuffed, crammed, stacked
ANTONYMS

empty

5‘he was too full to protest when the waiter took his plate away’

SYNONYMS
replete, satisfied, well fed, sated, satiated, full up, full to bursting, having had enough
gorged, glutted, cloyed
informal stuffed
Northern English informal podged, pogged
archaic satiate, surfeited
ANTONYMS

hungry

6‘he was full of mirth’

SYNONYMS
abounding in, bursting with, brimming with, rich in, possessed by
informal awash with
ANTONYMS

free of

7‘she'd had a full life’

SYNONYMS
eventful, interesting, exciting, lively, action-packed, noteworthy
busy, strenuous, hectic, frantic, energetic, active
ANTONYMS

uneventful, limited

8‘we can provide a full list of sailing clubs’

SYNONYMS
comprehensive, thorough, exhaustive, all-inclusive, all-encompassing, all-embracing, in depth
complete, entire, whole, unabridged, uncut
extensive, long
ANTONYMS

incomplete, selective

9‘the prospectus contains full details of the degree courses offered’

SYNONYMS
abundant, plentiful, ample, copious, profuse, rich, lavish, liberal
detailed, in detail, specific, precise, exact, accurate, minute, particular
sufficient, satisfying
broad-ranging, complete
ANTONYMS

partial, vague

10‘a fire engine driven at full speed’

SYNONYMS
maximum, top, greatest, highest
ANTONYMS

low

11‘she had a full figure’

SYNONYMS
well rounded, rounded, round, plump, buxom, shapely, ample, curvaceous, voluptuous, womanly, Junoesque, Rubensesque
informal busty, chesty, curvy, well upholstered, well endowed
North American informal zaftig
US informal thick, thicc
ANTONYMS

thin

12‘the dress had a full skirt’

SYNONYMS
loose-fitting, loose, baggy, easy-fitting, generously cut, roomy, voluminous, capacious, billowing
ANTONYMS

tight

13‘this song relies on his full and husky voice’

SYNONYMS
resonant, rich, sonorous, deep, full-bodied, vibrant, fruity, clear, loud, strong
ANTONYMS

thin

14‘the full flavour of a Bordeaux’

SYNONYMS
rich, intense, deep, heavy, vivid, strong, vibrant, bold, warm
ANTONYMS

thin, watery


adverb

1‘she looked full into his face’

SYNONYMS
directly, right, straight, squarely, square, just, dead, point-blank
informal smack, smack bang, bang, slap, plumb
ANTONYMS

indirectly

2‘he knows full well that four out of five investments will be lost’

SYNONYMS
very, perfectly, quite, extremely, entirely
informal darn, damn, damned
British informal jolly, bloody
North American informal darned
Northern English archaic right

Phrases

    full out

    ‘he was working full out to supply the demand’


    SYNONYMS
    to the maximum, flat out
    at full speed, at maximum speed, as fast as possible, with maximum power, at full tilt, at full pelt, at breakneck speed
    informal hell for leather, hammer and tongs, like crazy, like mad, like a bat out of hell
    British informal like the clappers, like billy-o